An adventure blanket with a woven ethnic boho pattern and made of cotton and polyester threat to ensure that its soft and breathable. Go on an adventure and protect from cold or just lay on a field and watch the clouds. This red, brown, blue and sand geometric boho pattern is inspired by the designs of Navajo people who crafted hand-weaving in the Southwest states of North America in the early 20th century. They use them as cloaks, dresses, saddle blankets, and symbolizes ‘hope and successful journeys’.
a bohemian must for every wanderlust 🏜
💁🏼♂️ i use the 125×150 size, easy to carry.
- Materials: cotton, polyester.
- Colors: red, brown, blue, sand.
- Dimensions: height 125 or 250 cm | length 150 cm | width 0,03 cm.
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This blanket is made using a modern Jacquard machine, a device fitted to a loom that simplifies the process of manufacturing textiles with complex patterns, invented by Joseph Marie Jacquard in 1804 controlled by a “chain of cards”; a number of punched cards laced together into a continuous sequence creating a pattern.
Fully automatization can be now a reality but it wasn’t in 1908. The photographer Lewis Hine shoot images of child labor to force citizens to demand change, introducing himself as a Bible seller to freely capture this images, regulatory legislation cut the number of child laborers, but its important to remember the value of a product, the story, and the people who made it possible.